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Nokia E75 GPS smartphone

Nokia has started selling its E75 smartphone in the UK, having first unveiled the handset back in February at Mobile World Congress.

The Nokia E75 has a 2.4in screen (320x240-pixel) with 16 million colours, a 3.2Mp camera with flash and a keyboard that slides out to the left-hand side so you tap out email-length messages rather than being stuck the phone's alphanumeric keypad and t9 predictive text-messaging.

An HSDPA phone, it will provide snappy web connectivity and can be used for navigation thanks to its built-in GPS antenna. Nokia's own Maps help with directions, while solid business credentials are bolstered with support for Exchange email clients and Nokia Messaging.

Aside from this, the 139g Nokia E75 smartphone is able to shoot video at 15 frames per second, play music and video stored on the handset's memory or stream it over Wi-Fi. More business-centric applications include Bluetooth, calendar and task lists, a PIM (personal information manager), photoID for contacts and the ability to view attached documents using a PDF Viewer.

Nokia E75 GPS smartphone

Nokia E75 GPS smartphone

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